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these must take the form of legislative action by the board of supervisors and or submission by this commission depending upon the outcome in the board of supervisors. first, there was referenced by a citizen who spoke earlier, mark solomon, to a potential conflict of interest by a member of the planning commission who was, or is now -what is it-i forgot what the acronym stands for is been so long. planning and urban renewal. director of everything which occurs in san francisco. as has been pointed out, spur
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is a major conduit for money from developers. which pays a salary of that planning the commissioner. that seems to me to be right and is ripe for action legislatively of primitive conflict of interest. secondly, there's been reference also the earth to former law and practice that identified in the voter handbook
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. candidates who are the recipients of public campaign funds. secondly, to a requirement if the candidate received applied for and received public campaign funds to engage in more than one debate. i'm going to be a little bit arbitrary and suggest an asking for consideration of three debates. i think i'm also, consideration should be given to identifying in the voter handbook candidates who did not receive public funds, do not apply for public funds so there is complete disclosure to prospective voters. thirdly,
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we've already discussed the product policy considerations and in-depth discussion, there was reference to the fact that i think by a citizen who testified-it may have been mr. bush-that slight mala regulation is the domain of the department of elections. i agree with the comments i heard that it should be the domain of the ethics commission. in that same connection, there should also be some priority given in the audit policy to prior violators of any of the laws which form the subject matter of the ethics commission
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responsibility. as well as those already mentioned who-by testimony from mr. bush as well as those who failed to identify the occupation or address in their campaign reporting statements. you will recall his testimony that those being the most likely violators of anti-laundering laws. fourthly, i think we should impose a deadline on ourselves or for action. mr. bush mentioned three months. i am going to suggest six months after a
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allegation or claim of violation and that i would think can be done by regulation by our own rules but anyway, the attorneys can opine on that legal point but i think we should impose regulation. it's got a be a better world ms. pelham. rav4 crackerjack investigators and five character characteristically attentive commissioner so it's feasible. it is feasible. let's see. i think also, and this must-this will take maybe a charter amendment, if elected candidates successful candidate is under investigation with an
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investigation based upon allegations that have not been completed, that person should not be allowed to be installed in the public office for which the person-to which the person was elected. i don't know if that's presidential but i'm sure research will show whether that occurs in la, new york, oakland, wherever else our responsibilities are duplicated. there was also mentioned in public commentary tonight the practice of city officials receiving tickets to events, entertainment events that the public must pay money to
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attend. i think i recall testimony-that's right friends of ethics estimates that that amount to about $1 million a year in what can be characterized as lost revenues to the city to the taxpayers of this city. because those are tickets which are not sold and they are given away to public officials. i also think we need -this is a goal-night i guess it's up rule maybe it is a ordinance. document retention. give discussed that couple of
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times and we had a couple of cases that involve that. but we need to finalize a document retention policy and the private self telephones and all those in intricacies. i further want us to act-and i would like all of these calendared in some responsible but still sane fashion-maybe not all in april, a be some in april. maybe some in may, i will leave it to you mr. chairman to make that customary decision that this business of election to attend a period, before the election, those local $500 maximum
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contributions-their $100 to 500. $100 you have to report. 99, you don't. but the 100-$500, that should be covered. on the same basis that the law now covers requires thousand dollars or more contribution the last 10 days to be reported every day. a couple more and i will be exhausted. it was mentioned earlier today also or maybe he was in informal discussion i want to be sure it's legally within the purview under the charter of the ethics commission, but it isn't the ethics commission, certainly is the board of supervisors and the ethics commission can make recommendations, that there be inserted in san francisco law
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charter ordinance that an appointed officer or employee of the city and county of becomes a candidate for election by the people of the city and county of san francisco to any such public office shall automatically forfeit their position as an employee or officer of the city and county of san francisco. there was offhand reference-i can't remember which citizens speaker tonight but the thrust was embodied in a couple of ordinances have been drafted in the board of supervisors and it gets a little bit technical but it deals with nonprofit
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so-called housing and community development entities which under a series of transactions involving loans and then sail of the property after it's developed for low-income housing,-and i guess middle income housing in regular market rate housing, have the ability to participate in political campaigns with excess money. and can make donations to candidates and can make donations to urging a yes vote were no vote on ballot measures. apparently, have done so and i will provide staff with copies of these two proposed
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laws. there's a term which is employed that is called cash out proceeds. have you ever heard of cash out proceeds? well, it's defined in-i'll give you this little tidbit just to end it. it means in connection with any sale, transfer or refinancing of an affordable housing developments, any and all funds received by an owner of an affordable housing development that are not needed were utilized to retire existing debt or construct, visit improve or preserve your photo housing development. something like a little profit out of a series of transactions and you use that profit to campaign so far against ballot
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measures or four ballot measures. even though public financing is an approved or authorized for ballot measures. but it's taxpayer money. okay. i shall desist. >> well, a good set of work tasks for the future commission kopp. i want to complement on you that lists. any comments by commissioners? we would take public comment done. >> commissioners tray heart open government. would like you to take a look at this list.
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sorry about the small type. once you get past authorities have hard to get them all on one sheet. i have 33 orders of determination from the sunshine ordinance task force relating to one of two issue. either access to public records and denial thereof, or, interference with public comment at public meetings. whether you like it or not, the sunshine ordinance is city law. whether you like it or not, you are responsible for enforcement of this and never have done a single thing but one time. literally, for years this law has been ignored by this body. just like you are ignoring me for right now. the bottom line is, i've heard a lot of comments about all the task force what's up with them and-really, the comments really sound little bit ignorant. in
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that if you don't with the task force does when you have rules and regulations in your own-for your own staff that tell you how to deal with complaints and how to process the complaints and how to do it, it just kind of a willful blindness. we don't like this law. we don't like people like mr. hart's coming here with 33 of these things i'm saying, why don't you do anything about it because it makes us look bad. it does. one attempt was made to commission kopp in previous meeting kind referred to. he says what we can make the mayor fire somebody, can we. no, you can't. but have you got the
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moral responsibility if you feel that someone has done something wrong to recommend to the mayor that he take some action? or, is it something well we don't want to embarrass them the mayor because the person we are recommending you dismiss is a mayoral appointee. so we will send over the mayor and the mayor chooses not to answer will just accept that. it's all well and good to have all these peoples and all these regulations make all these processes and procedures, but if you never are able to enforce any of them very frankly, this is a question i've asked this body over and over in the last eight years. can anybody here give me an example of anything this ethics commission has done that is really made this city government more open and more honest? i'm always met with a reply, there's nothing but utter silence. after you shuffle papers. you change the speed rules and is like rearranging deck chairs on the titanic. >> commissioners, yes, i am
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just overwhelmed at the fundamental changes that i feel going to take place here with -it seems like genuinely interested people on the commission that are not bought and paid for. that is very good to hear. some of the statements coming from the commissioners sound like they're genuinely trying to expose the government which is what the sunshine ordinance was all about. it is so easy when you have a city
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government structure like this to have the mayor's opinion or decision just taken for granted and done and that is not the government by the city for the people. so, yes, very optimistic about presenting you the facts of how this doesn't work by showing you previous attempts in my complaint in my orders of determination that were in my favor yet i was not able to come to some sort of resolution with the city.. this tables were closed in september of 2001 which i'm sure you all
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were aware of was a very modulus and changing time for me as that's when 9/11 happened. but the stable inhabitants predicted exactly that same time. the mayor that also [inaudible] the resolution then came out after the 9/11 attacks and said he was the only person to have advance warning of the attack. the only person in the united states that knew about the attacks and he was told, not to travel and the same person authorized the resolution evicting every equestrian in golden gate park stables promising them a
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rebuild hated better functioning place. you can see what we got. zero. both >> okay. hearing no further public comments, at this point, i will entertain a motion to adjourn. >> i the point of personal privilege. i want to exercise. >> commissioner kopp spee was sitting in the room is the best paralegal in the city and county of san francisco. i'm going to give him his 30 seconds of pay. bradley j cox, stand up. [applause] thank you. >> following the genes commissioner kopp to do a motion to adjourn? >> so moved. >> we are adjourn. >>[gavel] >>[adjournment]
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board of supervisors for today monday, april 10, 2017, i'm the chair the committee acting it chair supervisor peskin joined by supervisor tang and sit for mark farrell supervisor jeff sheehy our clerk alicia that has bronchitis and want to thank thes at sfgovtv for live streaming this madam clerk would you or john read number one, please oh, are there any announcements. >> please silence any devices that may sound off during the proceedings. items acted upon today will appear on the april 18th board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated and why not get a housekeeping motion to excuse
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supervisor farrell motion by supervisor tang and without objection and madam clerk can you please read the first >> number one, an ordinance item no. 1 - planning code affordable housing requirement and fee in divisadero and fillmore neighborhood commercial higher residential development potential as a result of the zoning of divisadero street neighborhood commercial transit district and the fillmore street neighborhood commercial transit district in 2015 and making appropriate understanding autopsy thank you. i have been informed by supervisor president london breed that she would like this matter continued and representing her office is mr. michael sir any words. >> no good afternoon, supervisors we would like to ask this item to be continued to
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may 1st if possible. >> a continuance to the first day of may 2017 a couple of three weeks from today anyone from the public wish to comment to item number one, that is to be continued momentarily please come up if you have any comments and give each speaker two minutes madam clerk. >> first. >> next speaker, please. >> supervisors my name is dennis i'm a newly lifetime resident of d 5 and a native san franciscan and find the current i support the continuance because i find it unacceptable we need more affordable housing and this measure primarily supports more market-rate housing at a tiny - for low income working people thank you. >> thank you, sir. >> next speaker, please. >> hi jennifer with the san
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francisco tenants union 0 we learned look the area medium income in the western edition is 54 percent so this proposal that supervisor president london breed for the building didn't reflective the reality of the situation on the 0 ground and as pointed out we shouldn't be doing policy based on antidotes about our friends but real data the san francisco did a survey of people evicted and 69 percent earn under 50 thousand a year a need more affordable housing and we support this continuance because we oppose this developed until the low income housing is as high as it can possibly go. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> good afternoon, supervisors gus hernandez chair of the steering committee for affordable units we found out
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this hearing was continued as you can see we brought a lot of folks in the neighborhood worship here to to help to improve the legislation that supervisor president london breed has put forward instead of a last time and shows her approach to the excluding the community we're asking - support the continuance we believe the additional time will allow for more improvements we you couldn't request during the continuance between now and when the matter is heard again that supervisor president london breed and the planning department engage with the community and hold a forum for the issues to be discussed why has she not met with us we wanted more affordable housing not less and the proposed at the lagging last hearing is not enough we hope to be here in may to
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support the legislation that complies with the demands of the community and offers truly affordable housing not for high income people over the 3450e78d or for people who actually need affordable housing thank you thank you, mr. hernandez and you're all welcome to testify to the members of this panel on may 1st and supervisor president london breed staff is here so you're absolutely welcome to comment and i believe that mr. hernandez that supervisor president london breed does intend to meet with the community in the days and weeks ahead hopefully to come up with a collaborative compromise. >> next speaker, please. >> my name is - >> and work with the eviction collaborative and i'm here also
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in hope that we'll be back in may to take part in the legislation that complies with the demand of our community and offers truly affordable housing. >> thank you so much. >> next speaker, please. >> hello. thank you having this hearing i'm don i've lived in north of page offer 15 years i work at i'm retired but volunteer at at safe energy clinic and dye breed that was able to do full-time or at least half time organizing while working part time in retail addressing energy issues with the san francisco power including stopping the uss mississippi and going down in
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south and many other campaigns to the south west, etc. i fear that the way rents are going i'm able to do that partly because of rent-controlled but if i lose that placed san francisco will be his for me it is made history to a lot of us already i strongly support the move to continue this legislation to give it better consideration to give much more public input than allowed up to now and thank you all for your deliberation on this and try to make me not a extinct residents in san francisco. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> hi, i'm jena member of the neighbors unit a district g progressive club and i support the continuance we hope had long
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line of people shows how much the community absolutely is no longer standing for folks rolling out unaffordable housing legislation spending more - it is frustrating and happy that commissioner london breed will speak to the community we've been asking for a long time i'm happy that we'll get the chance to talk about where we need in the community and thank you very much for the continuance. >> thank you. next speaker. >> hello chair peskin i'm a district 56 resident moved here in 1999 a local policy advocate as someone that lived here over a time period the city has changed the idea that we are talking about nothing less the
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citywide requirement more affordable housing for my neighborhood is completely insane the situation is way, way worse than the citywide requirement was instituted and pulling back instead of moving forward will be as insane as cutting back on climate action at a time things are a new level of bad if we think that our action at the federal level is counterproductive the same thing it true in the housing policy in san francisco we need more affordable housing than we have by such a magnitude whatever policies instituted will not be enough so we need to be aggressive and be here kabul for more affordable housing unless the policies with the city and county of san francisco results in all of us forced out of the city that is one unhappy way
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away for many of us not a sustainable way to run a town thank you very much. >> thank you, sir. >> next speaker, please. >> good afternoon. my name is richard a resident of district 5 and the i took the day off of work to be here i support the continuance i refute the package for this item seeing this the planning department and commission supported it being aligned with prop c in 2016 prop c which provided 15 percent for low and very low income and also referred the nexus study in
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november of 2016 and that showed the impact of one hundred units would be 37.6 condos or 31.8 apartment for 120 ami i believe the legislation should be amended to provide more affordable housing for low and very low income households thank you thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> good afternoon. my name is laurie live in the inner sunset a member of united action he support the continuance and like to see continued even longer and until after the prop c inclusionary ratios are settled the conversion of those two district to ncts have a density
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bonus program for 9 blocks of fillmore and 12 of divisadero the affordable inclusionary requirement must be greater than than prop c over and above the prop c ratio it must not be a divide and conquer that pits households against each other and adversely impacts the low income households needs to be put on hold pending the inclusionary ratios and add to that each of the levels thank you. >> thank you. >> good afternoon. i'm denise and lived and worked or lived in the area four thirty years as a retired person i'm concerned about affordable housing since i rent but i'm more concerned for on the people and families difficult times living here in the city people have been here a
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like it or not that be are uprooted i support the continuance and want to see more affordable housing worked out so the low and very low income people can find housing it makes for a much better city thank you. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors i'm tony robles, housing organizer with the senior & disability action collaborative. just want to come out in support of the continuance i know there are ongoing decisions in discourse about the citywide requirement you know the community wants to accept the proposal for fillmore and divisadero in addition to the citywide plan more affordable housing for people that need it household making under the area medium income namely household and individuals that are with the district are be disability
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action and i know pitting against one group against another is you know not healthy for the situation we're in. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> my name is javior at leadership high school i'm representing my fellow students to show support for the continuance as supervisor president london breed the opportunity to get connected and talk with the constituents as a member of variances community i'll motivate supervisor president london breed to reach out as to the millennials who are unable to get affordable housing tonight no matter how much not enough to create together with said community and build at her community that represents their needs supervisors are meant to supervisor and represent the constituents and london breed
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was elected no - i urge london breed to reach out and build - doubling affordable housing thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon. my name is spencer i'm a writer artist and enterprise taking time off of work to be here to strongly support this legislation i think our hearts should be with the members of the society all the time and clearly people that need housing and a scarce supply in san francisco we should, supporting the not the water it and kicking to the curving the poorest. >> thank you afternoon my name is connor ryan a resident of san francisco for 419 years and lived in the north panhandle for
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13 and support the continuance for the legislation because as it stands it is flawed if we're going to retain nothing like a difference san francisco we must have affordable housing for all but if we're going to renegotiate and start changing the rules of the game we shouldn't be negotiating on the backs of the most vulnerable and the low income people of this city so i support the continuance and support further study on this very flawed legislation thank you for your time. >> thank you. >> hello my name is david wu ichts born and raised in district 5 and still live in the district i'm here to support this continuance we need to redo
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the legislation as it currently exist it seeks to cut affordable housing we need to be fighting to canned to the highest level possible i'm glad to hear that supervisor president london breed is intending to meet with the community on this legislation as she has been largely absent and not engaged her own constituents so i'm looking forward to hearing if supervisor breed and the planning department in a public forum format thank you. >> thank you, mr. wu. >> next speaker. >> good afternoon. i'm speaking individually for a mid townhouse parks apartments i'm a resident here since 1970 into the district i was raised there and also i'm part of safe midtown i'm in support of continuance but also to this legislation is fade and daish
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and plus overall the city of san francisco needs to stop the board of supervisors the rich and powerful getting they're way and not the low income thank you for the opportunity and have a good week thank you. >> thank you. >> supervisors thank you. i'm mark a 19 year resident of district 8 supervisor jeff sheehy so good to meet i've come to talk to i'm a hiring manager for a nonprofit 10 years and i'm trying to hire entry-level workers and those people need a place to live unfortunately, it is not very viable for them so like my friend said earlier any legislation that we can do together is probably not enough to what we need we need to turn it up to 11 and we need your
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help on doing that because we want to grow the economy in san francisco and that is to energy workers i came in 1997 and started at the bottom in a tax person and now a hiring manager i'm contributing to the economy we need more people to create overseeing opportunity can't just be those how folks i appreciate this and look forward to seeing you next time thank you all. >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon excuse me - good afternoon. thank you for the opportunity noipdz a period of time i'm a decades-long resident of district 5 i support the continuance because i believe that the supervisor president london breed needs to take the time to reflect about the broad
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legislation myself i'm a middle-income mid age man in meddle managed i see my community changing not only the working-class but paper-pushers, too, and divisadero is corridor is quite diverse and a lot of minority be owned businesses and i see that sdraurgsz and a critical time for the board to look at the reality many, many of the san franciscans have been living here for the last decade this city is expensive but to cartoonville i didn't expensive i hear what will happen not only the middle aged myself but people with children thank you for the opportunity. >> thank you
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good afternoon supervisors. thank you for the time to speak i'm interfering our live in the excelsior district 11 lived there too years but before that over a decade on las vegas worst in an sro a graduate from usf and recently got married and want to make san francisco my home we're - and my colleagues here to demand affordable housing other than the proposal that supervisor president london breed has put forwarded we demand that those requirements are affordable to the people that live here families and the people that want to live here not affordable to developers we support this continuance and we urge that supervisors and london breed take the time along with the planning commission to
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reach out to the community to see what the needs of people actually are and any requirement we demand that is in addition to the citywide requirement not a proposal that takes away from the low income constituents and citizens of this city and gives it away to hire wage earns we want affordable housing more affordable housing not less thank you. >> thank you, sir. >> next speaker. >> good afternoon my name is alison i'm a parent in the fillmore i support this continuance and i hope that commissioner london breed will in fact, meet with the community during this period to uphold her promise she'll increase the highest level of affordable housing in the city
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not the insulting low level of unit thank you. >> hi, i'm renee a resident of district 5 for 20 years and support the continuance and hope that land use and transportation committee along with clooepd e london breed will create a legislation that works for san francisco we don't have a housing crisis we have a crisis of affordability not follow world hunger by opening up businesses and restaurant not solve the housing affordability crisis with a bunch of luxury housing thanks. >> thank you good afternoon, supervisors my name is laparoroan a senior will in the fillmore for years i
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would right across the street if the proposal at 650 direct examination i support the continuation very much we need to have the larger discussion about the inclusionary incentives the corridors program should match the inclusionary percentages and in fact, be higher because more density is also for the developers in addition, i sense that the i sent the supervisor an e-mail over the weekend proposing solutions regarding the ami the discussion of neighborhoods ami i think that is a way out to have have your cake and eat it too hope you give that consideration. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors my name is lisa i'm a resident of panhandle and have been for
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neither here nor there 3 decades i'm frustrate by today's continuance i took time off of work i'll say i support the continuance if it means we can try to improve supervisor breed legislation and i just, you know, i think there is a solution here and we need your help as members of land use and transportation and as supervisors we need our very own supervisors help because there is truly a crisis of affordability for people making one hundred or 50 thousand a year not enough housing you've heard people see is that over and over what if we came together and came up with a plan and compromised that would be something not sitting through
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listens and listens of people commenting and warrior and fretting thank you for the opportunity to speak with you, please move to continue the legislation and we hope we can meet with our supervisor she ran on the the promise of affordable housing and many elected her believing that and that remains to be seen thank you. >> (clapping.) >> thank you. next speaker. >> good afternoon. my name is deirdre i live in the neighborhood and been here thirty years i support the continuance for more dialogue and hopefully, a good compromise for a win-win situation for both sides i like the idea of affordable housing especially for people that work in san francisco like our police people can our fire people and especially our educators that p they need a
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place to live and work in san francisco thank you. >> thank you, ma'am. >> next speaker, please. >> good afternoon, supervisors testing from the penalty residents i support having for discussion with commissioner london breed and the community probably involving planning i'd like to point out that the last time that we requested a community meeting with our supervisor about this project and other projects somehow we didn't get the notice about the meeting so i'm respectfully asking the chief of staff to make sure to conclude all the people in noticing thank you. >> (clapping.) >> good afternoon, supervisors
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corey smith on behalf of the housing coalition. looking at the traditional numbers we know the middle-income has been - we appreciate supervisor president london breed's attempt to try to create housing for the firefighters and teachers and the emt and folks like that we fear the uncertainty and kraelgs by moving the gold post will have less affordable housing that is the goal of everybody in the chamber we support the tupgz and hope we have a final resolve that has everybody coming out with a thumbs-up. >> it is pressing good afternoon, supervisors and first of all, let's put to rest this kind of legislation by proposing to house people are 140 ami will house teachers a reason the
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teachers union didn't allow that kind of argument that continuance i support it that will give london breed and the city an opportunity to turn offer a new leaf when it comes to develop this means actually advocating so for the community as opposed to to advocating for the interests of developers that is what we've seen for the last two years from london breed on this issue since the original give away this legislation seeks to address what that means during the time before the next hearing i hope is actual communication i feel for the folks that took time off from work they knew they would introduce send an e-mail to gus that is basic requirement to engage in respect dialogue i want to echo the sentiment we
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need a public hearing to get community input on this let's work together to insure we have had more affordable housing on divisadero and fillmore not less thank you very much. >> (clapping.) >> seeing no other members of the public public comment is closed. and thank you all for your testimony and i hope that by may first, we'll fourthed something not more hard working to do is there a motion to continue to may 1st. >> so moved. >> >> made by supervisor tang and supervisor jeff sheehy without objection that will be heard on may 1st madam clerk please read item no. 2 - item no. 2 - 170202 green building code - requirements for installation of electric vehicle
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chargers. >> in new buildings or those under 0 going major alterations. >> supervisor tang. >> thank you very much and thank you for your patience to all the staff that working hard on this readiness ordinance existed to talk about how we are trying to really led the charger and you push the envelope for electrical vehicle adoption what we're seeing is demand is growing in the bay area around electrical vehicles and what we need to do is so get our infrastructure ready - to set
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great example for the region and the rest of country lastly about before i i'm going to turn it over to the department of the environment debbie want to thank everyone that worked hard on the issue and, of course, deb reaping and others from the mayor's office (calling names) so san francisco, california hopefully one day people like me can go ahead and drive an electrical vehicle here in san francisco so with that, i'm going to turn it over to director ralph yes, ma'am e he will 101 for the major amendments and after that have to continue to the following land use and transportation committee hearing. >> thank you supervisor tang thank you to the land use and
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transportation committee for hearing us today, i want to start by pressing my gratitude to mayor ed lee and supervisor tang for your leadership and partnership working for what i consider to be a bold move but a move that reflects great stakeholders engagement, 234rek9 and meaningfulness when it comes to the future of electrical vehicles here in san francisco so what i'm going to do a little tag team with gary hooper we'll set the context why we need to do that now and who is at table and united states of america u i'm going to turn it over to barry that will talk about was that the ordinance structure does and the amendments to make adjustment to that framework in that ordinance so as you can see san francisco has very bold carbon dioxide goals in fact, we've pledged as a city and the
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supervisors signed off to reduce our co2 emissions 80 percent 0 below 1990 by 2050 the point to get where we are to percent below our 1990 levels need to set up policies today that pave the way for that achievement in the future so the way we talk about how we'll get there is with the very simple climate action zero water 50/50 percent of trips in constitutional modes they're our transit first get people out of cars walking and biking to streets and make that easy for people to ride transit parking minimums all the things we had to get to 50 and beyond one
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hundred a 100 percent renewal electrical for one hundred renewable and looking all the other source of energy i'll come back to that in a minute and roots how we'll heal the planet by tearing up concrete by our sidewalk ambassadors program that supervisor tang is to active on is also using our composite on land to actually increase oil fertility and skewer carbon that is one element has to do with are transportation fuel so if in 100 percent renewable energy we'll have to get off the fuel have to switch in natural from diesel to gallon that is about how to get off of gasoline vehicles and electrify the transportation system so california why now
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california as supervisor tang said leads the nation we're a state that totally gets the need to buy electrical vehicles and san francisco bay area lead california we have a resimply audience in the san francisco bay area our governor is very gun hoe on electrical vehicles and set very ambitious goals for the state i too said these that to meet the statewide we'll have to get off of gasoline and diesel so have many vehicles on the roads electrical vehicles they're looking ways to do it is interesting to be mandated that 22 percent of all new sales of vessels in san francisco by 205022 percent will be electric
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the state is setting goals and happen at the local levels what will we do in san francisco to be ready for the vengeanvessels supervisor tang that figures out out how to drive an electrical vehicle we need convenient charging with the costs of electrical vehicles down we need a birth range of the electrical vehicles and the variety of choices not everybody wants a tiny such an some people want a station wagon or a truck we need choices those are the barriers this is my favorite slide it is one thing i didn't but i want to show you we've been hearing if or from people concerned how do you know the demand is there you're asking us how do we know there as demand for the electrical vehicles
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well, that is a slide i saw in a presentation in norway that talked about the norwegian experience in the uptick of vehicles it is for many years it was flat until about nodding when the curve up took sdraufk so what happened been 19090 and 2010 all the things in san francisco, california we're doing it you stop there they work all the policies we put in place infrastructure incentives and hov lanes maybe not enough what happens in norway about to happen here next year that is at car companies kicked in started to give the customers a wide variety of electrical vehicles so we've been preps in california this legislation will
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make sure that the buildings that are built in the future are ev ready when the car companies come we know about we'll be ready to take advantage and meet those bold goals we have as a city and as a state and frankly, we're not alone not something that crazy san francisco is coming up with we have cities crossed the bay area they do it defendant their housing stock is different we're sharing information and workouting to come up to meet the needs so we've been working for a year and a half - this is the variety of people that come to the there is a motion on the table we've been working with affordable housing and residential builder and
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large-scale developers and contributions and the i e w to the gratitude of the department of building inspection this will be implement and able to understand that and make that work and make that feasible we've that working closely with tom hui and ron and all of them come to the table with us to bring to you a piece of policy that is meaningful that is measured that is cost effective and that will set us up for the future we want and finally i want to say that two commissioned have voted on that the building inspection commission and the commission on the environment support it unanimously you have those resolutions in usual packet we're proud of their support an indication how much effort into this piece of legislation
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so with that, i'm going to turn it over to my colleague barry who will go through how this works and what the amendments mean today and happy to answer questions. >> ms. raphael with the wide range of stakeholder and effected parties you k34ug9 with did that include the san francisco apartment association. >> they expressed concerns or less your intention to answer the concerns their concerns will be addressed ♪ ordinance and baraka speak about the specification of their concerns >> so you'll, recommending to the sponsor of this legislation some. >> i think we can work through the concerns and see if the
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amendments are needed i'm not sure we'll need to change the ordinance to address their concerns. >> okay. i look forward to hearing more. >> great. >> good afternoon members of the board show i precede. >> go ahead, please. >> so the ordinance as proposed as supervisor tang outlined was focused on flexibility and being both programmatic about the up front costs at the new construction as well as planning for the future so the core of that is a requirement that electrical service. >> sir identify yourself for the record. >> i'm barry with the department of the environment. >> so the core of the
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ordinance the service needs to be sized to provide for seaman's charging at 20 percent of parking spaces with that level of service be able to expand the parking using charging management stmgz systems in the future to up and including all parking spaces in the facility sthep within the building electrical distribution system the ordinance requires 10 percent of spaces your understanding as easy as possible to a charger and find a fuel credibility of 40 ams from the relevant electrical panel to the individual that parking spaces the ordinance proposed for an additional 10 percent of spaces more a conduit to up size the circuits as desired and
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again, provision for remaining space for capable of charging and a summary outlining it in more details in this slide a recommended amendment to the ordinance but there are summarized in the slide with the striking. >> at the risk of wasting more paper do you have a copy because those screens are ancient are completely we can't see them. >> i don't have a copy. >> the first slide that deb was showing from norway i'm sure everybody in the audience and watching that on tv can see it but the 3 of us that makes the decision can't. >> i salute you for ahsha safai paper. >> i have a laptop i could loan that.
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>> you don't want to give me our laptop. >> we'll continue this item anyway we'll visit this again but wander we can't use our screens. >> thank you. i apologize for that. >> the the biggest substantive change striking the flexibility requirement for the 10 percent of spaces to eliminate the requirement for any conduit or full credibility for the spaces and then for all remaining spaces rather than rather than an electrical design for each parking space the ordinance will require a programmaticly installing the conduits 3 could extend the worry and adds spaces for an electrical panel for the charges and charging that and
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the other change suggested categories that are suggested to the ordinance is addressing a provision to the environment code that requires the owner or the homeowners association in the building to annually notify the tenants of the availability of electrical vehicle chargers they'll have the opportunity to come to terms on installing an a.d. charger if they deserve with the consideration and up front for all stakeholders it has been cost we partnered with the city of oakland and fremont to develop this proposal and have a consultant shared between the 3 cities proud the cost effective reports looking at the sensitive category of smaller development prairie affordable housing and the range of
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additional parking spaces of such facilities two scenarios one with 10 parking spaces and another one with 60 if you were to require that 20 percent of spaces were turnkey then or 10 spaces that will be two turn could he an $800 incredible costs you scale up to 60 parking spaces that is 12 turnkey spaces again, this is incremental costs of $10 for parking spaces one and 75 what was a number of stakeholders were careful to point out in newer and larger buildings that have a greater amount of parking a typical of housing we rarely see them in
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town you have a considerably more opportunity for electrical extra for transforms on the customer side of the electrical meters the run of conduit extends from the interest would individual parking spaces increases and, of course, it is going to be professional union labor to build this large property and there is a consideration there so overall cost is large for those facilities we apologize there are a number of provision for the control of costs directly address the concerns that were raised by a number of stakeholders including the apartment of association and really fall into two category one for new construction where the design of the building and the provision of electrical extra in the building you'll provide electrical
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infrastructure in a building but one element that can be unpretty bad e predictable in the costs the cost of upgrading the portion of grid specific for your service is something the developer can bear the cost of it but the if the utility has to make upgrades it is not related to project size so consistent with the green building code that will maintain a cap of $400 per parking space so at the same level with the existing electrical vehicle and more for residential buildings one maintaining that same cost cap the upgrade of service necessary and second the
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ordinance for existing buildings only applicable to a major objection this depiction has been in the green building code of projects 25 thousand expedite that includes the significant structural work and is defined in separate requirements administrative code by the department of building inspection but consistently. >> i don't know if you saw the chronicle piece with the seismic safety program for soft story buildings and the apparent rate of compliance projects but that i assume some of those projects might trigger this and have you done any thinking whether or not this will increase the costs of seismic retrofit and running
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into one another and our thoughts. >> a fantastic question the third criteria is for the emotion navigating in addition to the significant structural work needs to be significant alterations for mechanical or electrical and plumbing so common in a seismic retrofit project to pull the permit for the schematic retrofit and not entail that goods to the other buildings. >> there is another public goal this board has i think unanimously supported that is we're seeing it mostly in seismic retrofits that is the inclusion of accessary dwellings or unit which still would entail pulling plumbing and electrical so i think there is - we should
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have some i think careful thoughts about the goals if this only applies to new construction i would not be asking those but careful in 2015 the city mandated what is - if you read the article the reason we have half or appears as september is 50 percent is non-compliance not because people don't want to do something about it but the probable cause active costs at the same time, we're incentive listing the affordable housing in those projects so it should be talking to the people i'm not sure ms. raphael the people that be effected were consulted as
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you represented or at least that is kind of the sense i've gotten over the last 96 hours. >> precede. >> thank you, sir in in addition let's say the threshold has been crossed and cost consideration there are two or three outs with regards to the ordinance one is this ordinance alone can't trigger an upgrade to the electrical service so which will be an important consideration and discussion where you're addressing accessary dwellings to a seismic retrofit project written that will be a typical for that scale of projects to include changing the actual structure for the grid and so what this ordinance in those cases where if the amount of charging is required for new
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construction requires a upgrade of electrical service not within the scope the project allows to scale back for the e b charging for that to accommodate even if it means no charging the second provision where a residential project may petition to the director of the building department will constitute a hardship they can allow an be alternative pathway and third this is specifically for not exclusively for residential by residential and non-residential a finding the infeasibility because of state has requirements for excess ability when provides for electrical vehicle chasing and the existing buildings generally not been with future accessibility
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requirements in mind when not possible to meet the 0 possibilities we have exemption for all parking space if necessary to not cause on undue hardship. >> what does that cost for me to prove that. >> there is a professional cost similar for the cruel design as well. >> that concludes my presentation. a more detailed summary of the adjusted amendment and i'll be happy to answer any questions you may have. >> supervisor peskin if i may to our point we reached out to the apartment association as we did to all stakeholders there engagement became much more focused end of last week, we would be happy between now and next week to sit down and discuss in all
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the detail that is necessary to see if amendments are needed when we looked at their ask it didn't look like there were amendments needed but if there are we'll bring them to you. >> i don't want to put words in your mouth and have present of representation but i'm under the envision they're under the envision that applies to new construction and didn't release that until it popped up on the intersect thursday evening. >> i can't say whether that came from and say we're happy to more than happy to sit down and go through step by step every concern and see if, in fact, the ordinance is unnecessarily problematic. >> not only on behalf of the the apartment association but saying that on behalf of the tenants because to the extent
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that the city is telling those folks hey mandate retrofit and adding things those costs capitalized costs can urban design passed through and raised rents so this is a complicated formula that has my attention more than 2050. >> noted. >> thank you okay through the chair so you know certainly i did see the correspondence coming in regarding the apartment association and this is a concern you spoke to we had the significant go renovation i want to reiterate that on page 4 it talks about the definition of major alternative sf virmentd clarifies the ordinance is applicable to green building requirements since 2008 as mentioned that is already
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requiring the lead infiltrate or better in those buildings so i think you heard about the very exception that were made to the extent you would not be providing electrical vehicle chargers in certain situations so i will, happy to follow up with sf environment and other stakeholder in the issues they brought to us but perhaps at the time may be go to public comment and hear from the members of the public on any issued. >> i'm happy to adopt those and continue a week you'll work out it out and why not open up for public comment first speaker please. >> good afternoon, supervisors brooke with the coalition for better hours while we applaud the efforts as environmentally concerned partners in san
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francisco we do point to this as a failure of progress never we approached by anyone from either the st. joseph's the mayor's office by the commission about this. >> we're concerned about the issues relating to people or to folks who are doing go seismic to retrofit only those the believes and how to respect that we'd like this to be continued are biefkd whatever to put aside to have that opportunity we should have had to address this issue beforehand and never during the process were we reached out by anyone that is a failure and shouldn't be allowed to go forward without our input
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since the residential housing industry is a huge part of this legislation thank you. >> thank you, mr. turner. >> next speaker, please. >> game-changer supervisor peskin and members of the board i'm the director of public policy for chair point and pleased to support this legislation that has been sponsored by the mayor and supervisor tang that is the latter electrical vehicle network over 33 thousand charging ports within the - every 3 seconds a driver stops at a station and because of that be anchor point have driven many millions and active in the development of green building standards throughout california for electrical vehicle since the original statewide for a electrical vehicle or pe b readiness codes were adopted
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that legislation build on statewide readiness standards and supports the climate action stream by expanding assess to clean alternative infrastructure and supporting the g h g of 40 percent blow 1990 levels in 2050 that will address the long term demand for several reasons it includes the measures to accommodate the future for existing buildings undergoing the retrofits and supports others in the long term i agree with director raphael plan and simple pb are the demand is growing and california currently close to reaching ousted 25 percent of sales those are hire workplace the city of san
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francisco the u.s. pb sales had their highest on record and 2017 is way above pace and we'll see that pg&e projects the number of - >> sir, thank you you can submit the rest of our comments we say to diverse everybody the same amount of time thank you very much. >> i apologize. >> next speaker, please. >> good afternoon, supervisors my name is moreen i'm the director of a nonprofit called charge across town to get supervisor katie tang into an electrical vehicle and all across california we start as a project with the san francisco indictment back in 2012 helping to promote electrical vehicles
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in structure in commercial and residential buildings and found we were a little too soon for the chicken and egg problem not enough demand and with the developers and landlord we refocused our efforts and focused on the consumer end our goal to educate the consumers about electrical vehicles and the technology to continue to push forward for california environmental laws as you may know and the city knows our great mayor knows san francisco is the ev adoption and awareness we ought pays the rest of country however, charging is a huge hurdle to ease adoption we hear that over and over as we talk to executors across the state here in inform 0 thirty percent of our folks live lack of charging
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stations and charging options as a hurdle to owning a vehicle again, we talked to homeowners and part-time dwellers 90 percent of ev charging is done at home if keeping you informed they canned plug in they'll not buy the card we're here to help to advance the adoption of ev thank you. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> hello chair peskin jed for 350 is he port this legislation and thank you for all for their work on this we do a lot of work with the bay area quality management supervisor jeff sheehy is a board member on and they actually just are approving their climate excuse me - their protection strategy for 2050 along the 7 sectors of the
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economy called out by ab 32 d cashing is absolutely critical of the climate protection strategy where we need to be in 2050 the cost in the presentation for 20 percent is so low compared to the cost of construction and the property values are the highest in the country housing is a big profit so much it is in the new newspaper in other cities they're the property taxes are although i actually oppose those amendments weakening this legislation no reason we need to weaken that legislation at all eventually we'll be 100 percent fossil fuel for transportation the region is moving there the bay area air quality management is pushing us there so the idea
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we're going slow that in some way a baffling to me we'll be 100 percent electric and some alternate fouls supervisor tang is a caution protective eerie trust for full renovation are not too loss for construction we need to get this done and currently reaching to the - >> >> next speaker, please. >> good afternoon, supervisors i'm the zero mission structure project manager for the development and are you - this exists to help to accelerate - i'm here to support the readiness ordinance rapid uptick of the
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electrical vehicle is key to meeting governor brown's idealogy by 2050 that is coming fast on the roads about 200 and 85 thousand of them and we're not that far way of from 2025 that is critical in getting to the climatic change and the ev readiness ordinance will enhance the charging stations and there assess in the multiple unit dwellings and workplace charging that is a 92 must if we achieve that adoption and also will likely result in lower costs than for retrofitting the buildings in the future and finally you know california
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is a leader in emission technology and doesn't the to the environment and san francisco is on the cutting-edge so we applaud what the city is doing and encourage the adoption of this important ordinance thank you. >> good afternoon, commissioners chair peskin joel koppel a part-time planning commissioner my day job it is the construction city i take care of the constitutional energy illustration we're excited to see that i want to talk about the construction portion of why this legislation is a no-brainer. >> for the future then to do
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it after the fact this completely makes sense our history is involved in the discussion and happy to be in full support of ordinance. >> thank you, commissioner. >> next speaker, please. >> good afternoon again koegd existed to be here to support in ordinance it was to make sure that san francisco adequately prepares for the vital challenges we know that lies ahead one of the gold to reduce the photo copy that means k345i7b9 new housing to make it - the data consistently shows the electrical vehicle is growing we want to acknowledge the hard work and a pleasure to work with them since last november they opt to marry their
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- to make sure the master and housing vendors are involved and whenever one the members has questions they were responsive and whenever a city department has a new policy proposal that impacts how the housing is in san francisco we look forward to engaging them when necessary and building this is as collaboration insures the building department's and we want to thank you for everyone involved on the issue thank you. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> good afternoon. eddy executive director of right line defense a nonprofit that works onville issues at hunters point we worked with connecting bayview to the policy marking for the california public utilities commission the california energy commission to move forward to connect to all of a sudden communities this has
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been the taerlth of resources to make sure that community can get access to solar and energy effective and charging stations we're in support of readiness we believe that is an important policy to make electrical vehicles more affordable to the disadvantaged community and thank you to the advocates we've seen that envelopes so for purchasing or at large vehicles are increased into cool for instance, with the household with incomes excuse me - lens three hundred percent will equal to the poverty level we see incentives like the battery vehicles 7 thousand - the the infrastructure is a huge open o gallows to get an electrical vehicle that's why at california
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energy commission and public works continues to shift - we would like to see that happen at the local level and then like to thank supervisor katie tang and the mayor's office and the sf department of the environment for this for to create a clean job and cleaner community thank you. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> it will supervisors i'm the fund and ceo of the services we're a san francisco based company that exclusively snauldz electrical vehicle chargers into apartment buildings we're currently in the process of construction in dozens of buildings in san francisco and i want to express our support for the ordinances and make a couple of comments to help one is according to the public
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california auto dealers last month 8.2 percent of all the vessels registered in san francisco were plug in so those say a tremendous number considering the population and highlight studies we've performed in with previous go legislation toe state level that had showed for every vehicle that becomes electric you're generating $10,000 a year in economic activity by eliminating gasoline $0.80 on gallons of gone that is roughly three hundred and three hundred 50 per vehicle in francis scott keys in the city and county of san francisco so currently electrical vehicles as well as
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equal lonely. >> thank you. >> mr. chair and supervisors i'm the director of policies for the center of sustainable energy to alert the renewable incur by renewable energy we happen to run the project that is the state program for electrical vehicles and for the infrastructure that is charging commit we'll be administering $200 million in block grant for the state to support the infrastructure i know never to go after safety and one up on numbers and many of the things i'll tell you is repeating what my colleagues said from sf environment in the position we're in with the data on all the electrical vehicle
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users across the state and to promote additional use it is absolutely true the logic we need to get more electrical vehicle chargers and make that infrastructure affordable and acceptable so we here to speak in strong support of this bill that is elegant and appreciate the amendments and the concerns to avoid additional costs to low income multi unit dwellers to the building residential sector and from our experience the amendments and many of the solution available in front of sf environment can provide those solutions we're all to commend this effort and thank you very much. >> thank you. >> next speaker, please. >> and any other members of the public line up to our right and my left. >> good afternoon, supervisors i'm charlie work on government
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affairs and i want to start off by seeing i think that ordinance makes sense for the new construction but to combat existing buildings ♪ ordinance didn't seem to makes sense we'll appreciate some effort to go biefkt the ordinance and perhaps reconsider how it effects existing buildings i think the department of the environment does great work and support them on many levels unfortunately it is just not a true statement that the managements or managers and owners of the housing are responsible and not on this ordinance the outreach is not there we you know, i watch our hearings our hearings every tuesday and >> sauce that what billed as new construction the ordinance becomes public on the agenda that was listed on thursday afternoon so we have a number of concerns
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i had a concern about the definition of the extent of the alteration but the bottom line in the reason the existing building is a different animal the wiring is not there the infrastructure is not there sub metering is not there not considered the vast majority of building were built before 1970 the building i'm in was built before 1911 so a number of residents - we would request a number of amendment that didn't apply to existing buildings we'll request exceptions for seismic retrofit supervisor peskin runs as a city expense and request for the building undergoing adu that seems like a thing that is the the straw that broke the camel's back we ask
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you - >> thank you, sir. >> next speaker, please. >> hi supervisors i'm a property owner and probably the only one speaking today as opposed to as you sit here now the policy and i'm simply echoing the other housing speakers here today this legislation should to the extent that is mandatory should be mandatory on new construction if you with go back and alone to the building inspection hearings that was billed as addressing new construction the lack of outreach is regrettable i hope that will be corrected this week for san francisco from a perspective the upgrades electrical upgrades can
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go triggered from the minor changes of the building simply put in a plug in a kitchen can trigger the need to put in a new panel and pg&e started talking about new transforms before you know that it is up to one and 50 thousand cost i noted the discussion about exemptions there is a definition between the language of the digest and what is exempted and the language in the code the code is much more vague and work has to be done on that to alleviate what is talked about. >> thank you, sir anyone from the public wish to comment for public comment seeing none, public comment is closed. supervisor tang. >> thank you very much for all your comments i definitely took not and will try to circle back to address some of the concerns
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i did want to just reiterate i think something that mr. hopper said this legislation is not actually going to trigger or didn't apply to - we don't trigger there in ordnance your electrical upgrades the jury traerthsz are additions where the external for memorable go and electrical and or plumbing systems are proposed under your own project not through our requirement here under that e b ordinance it is something i hope is clear on pages 4 and 5 under the definition other than we not tried to hide the ball that applies to major alterations it always has been in the legislation we can talk through overseeing for today's purposes
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i'd like to make a motion then to adopt the amendments that we have discussed in that sf environment and continue this for one welcome back to the next land use and transportation and then we'll have our follow-up conversation in the meanwhile. >> supervisor jeff sheehy. >> without objection we will adopt the amendments and continue this item for one week and that concludes our agenda we're adjourned
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>> we broke ground in december of last year. we broke ground the day after sandy hook connecticut and had a moment of silence here. it's really great to see the silence that we experienced then and we've experienced over the years in this playground is now filled with these voices. >> 321, okay. [ applause ] >> the park was kind of bleak. it was scary and over grown.
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we started to help maclaren park when we found there wasn't any money in the bond for this park maclaren. we spent time for funding. it was expensive to raise money for this and there were a lot of delays. a lot of it was just the mural, the sprinklers and we didn't have any grass. it was that bad. we worked on sprinkler heads and grass and we fixed everything. we worked hard collecting everything. we had about 400 group members. every a little bit helped and now the park is busy all week. there is people with kids using the park and using strollers and now it's safer by utilizing it. >> maclaren park being the
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largest second park one of the best kept secrets. what's exciting about this activation in particular is that it's the first of many. it's also representation of our city coming together but not only on the bureaucratic side of things. but also our neighbors, neighbors helped this happen. we are thrilled that today we are seeing the fruition of all that work in this city's open space. >> when we got involved with this park there was a broken swing set and half of -- for me, one thing i really like to point out to other groups is that when you are competing for funding in a hole on the ground, you need to articulate what you need for your park. i always point as this sight as a model for other communities. >> i hope we continue to work
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on the other empty pits that are here. there are still a lot of areas that need help at maclaren park. we hope grants and money will be available to continue to improve this park to make it shine. it's a really hidden jewel. a lot of really hidden jewel. a lot of people don't know it's here. so you can't save money? it's easy as pie! brown bag your lunch instead of going out. six dollars saved timed 5 days a week times ten years is 21,000 bucks! that's a lotta lettuce. small changes today... big bucks tomorrow. feed the >> self-planning works to preserve and enhance the city what kind hispanic the environment in a variety of ways
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